THE majority of cats presenting with skin disease will have one of four predominant patterns: miliary dermatitis, lesions of the eosinophilic granuloma complex, head and neck pruritus, or symmetrical alopecia. This article describes a practical approach to the diagnosis and management of feline symmetrical alopecia.
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